Today I want to do something different. Unlike before, which usually write it down as a blog post, today I’m gonna show you how to create black and white architecture photography using Adobe Lightroom. This is a quick video tutorial of black and white architecture photography post-processing with Lightroom.
Before we start I must confess a few things.
First, this is my first time creating a video, EVER. I never did one. I never like to create a video because I have no idea how. The reason I make one is because I just found out yesterday that my laptop can do screen recording using an Xbox app for Windows 10. Just found out about it, I curiously want to try it out. So I decided to create a quick 5 minutes tutorial.
Second, there’s no voice in this video. Because I don’t have a decent mic. So I’m not even gonna bother you with using the laptop’s internal mic. I know it will end up horribly. So I apologize that you can’t hear my beautiful voice. ?
Third, this is a really quick 5 minutes tutorial. For the sake of this tutorial, I just want to show you a quick and easy way to create black and white fine art architecture photography only using Lightroom that everyone can do. It’s completely different from the method I always do, which I already showed in my previous post. My usual method gonna take more than 3 hours and I’m afraid you gonna ended up sleeping than learning something.
So here goes: